Charlotte Garcia De Rosa loves the Christmas season, which is fortunate, since the vocal director for the Tulare County Office of Education’s Theatre Company has been living, breathing...
Of the many images of home in her head during a nine-year stay in Los Angeles, Susana Figueroa holds those from Fresno’s Shinzen Friendship Garden dear.
Whether the heat is still going strong or it officially feels like fall, autumn is the perfect time to prepare a new skincare routine, since cooler weather is on the way.
Meal prepping is one way to save time during the week, unless you’re Kelli Black, who is prepping hundreds of meals a week – and not even for herself. But she does it willingly.
Now that the holidays are creeping up on us, do you know what you’re going to get your loved ones?
It’s amazing what a person can do with a little ingenuity and some reclaimed fence wood. Well, that and a laser cutter.
HOPEFUL. With Thanksgiving almost upon us, we are reminded once again that there is so much for which to be thankful. And when we are thankful, we tend to be more hopeful.
Step back in time to the 1930s. Imagine you are living in the South Valley. You have heard about the recent Dust Bowls in the Midwest on the radio, and maybe even on a television.
You may recall the enchilada recipe in this year’s May issue – made using pasta shells.